This embedded computer takes desktop-level power, has, and connectivity into unattended, space-limited or demanding environments, company officials say. Driven by the Intel Core-i7 dual core 1.7 GHz microprocessor, this low-power board runs dual-head Intel HD graphics and a wide range of high-speed interfaces.
The SBC-IPC is a result of andersDX's longstanding joint venture with CompuLab ltd. The board has as much as 16 gigabytes of DDR2 RAM. Graphics outputs are available as LVDS, HDMI to 1920-by-1200 at 60 Hz and DisplayPort to 2560-by-1600 at 60 Hz, with analogue and digital audio channels.
Communications and I/O capabilities include 2x Gigabit Ethernet, 2x USB 3.0, 6x USB 2.0, 2x eSATA, 3x SATA, 4x PCI Express, RS232, and GPIOs as well as 802.11b/g/n WiFi and Bluetooth. Software support includes Linux and Microsoft Windows 7 operating systems.
Function And Connectivity Extension modules connect internally to the embedded computer. Standard and custom modules with application-specific mixes of serial, CAN, USB, and Ethernet are available.
The board operates from one 12-volt power supply, drawing as little as nine Watts. It measures 145 by 120 by 25-millimeters, and withstands the effects of extreme operating and storage temperatures, relative humidity, shock, and vibration.
For more information contact andersDX online at www.andersdx.com.